Erin wrote and directed the short THE RING CYCLE, a comedy of pain that stars Natalie Dormer (GAME OF THRONES). Made with seed money from Working Title and distributed by Network Ireland Television, the short played in festivals internationally and aired on STV (Sweden), Short Shorts (Japan, theatrical), Virgin Airlines, NBC Universal (Italy), Condé Nast/Glamour (US/Canada) and Shot TV (Russia). It played at London’s Genesis Cinema as part of an evening of Cinesisters’ comedy shorts (2018). Erin wrote and directed six true-crime drama docs for Blast!/Discovery I.D. BE MY SAVIOR, THE NIGHT SHIFT, THE SUM OF LOVE andLOSING MY RELIGIONfor the series Forbidden about love stories that end in murder (2017 – 19). And IN THE CARDS and NEVER LET DIE (2018) for the series Blood Runs Cold about cold cases that were solved thanks to a family member who wouldn’t give up. Erin also directed THE LONDONIST for Saatchi Digital’s Toyota Positive campaign (2013). She has written dramatic musicals for Monumental Films and BBC Films—A PLACE FOR US andQUEEN OF THE DEEP. For Working Title/Wildgaze, Finola Dwyer Productions and the Writers Training Scheme, Erin wrote romantic comedies—100 WEDDINGS, GROUP HUG and THE FATHER OF MY CHILD.She wrote a road comedy for Forward Films—SHOOT AND RUN—and a comedy of manners for BBC Films—MIND THE GAP. Erin wrote and directed BAD BOSSES GO TO HELL (1997), a short produced by Killer Films. It played international festivals and aired on IFC/Bravo, Film Four Digital, Cinefil Imagica (Japan), HBO Latin America, SBS (Australia), Canal Plus, British Airways and Air France. Erin was also in the comic performance group, The V-Girls. Their videos have played at REDCAT (2017), CCA Wattis Institute for the Contemporary Arts (2016), Palais des Beaux Arts, (2015) and The Hammer Museum (2014).